[Talk-transit] Ideas for a simplified public transportation scheme

Johnparis okosm at johnfreed.com
Mon May 13 15:11:35 UTC 2019


Definitely not non-transit items.

GTFS defines the equivalent of a stop area. The Paris regional transit
agency largely reflects these as transfer points between lines of different
bus companies. It can also be useful to link a stop position to a platform,
which can be very useful when it's not clear which street the platform is
facing.

A stop area in Paris, for example, might be Gare Saint-Lazare, which would
group (a) the many bus stops (platforms) named "Gare Saint-Lazare" in the
neighborhood, (b) possibly any associated stop positions for those bus
platforms, (c) the metro lines with Gare Saint-Lazare stations, the
platforms of which differ, (d) the regional train lines that terminate at
Gare Saint-Lazare, (e) any intercity trains that go there.

In general I don't use them.

On Mon, May 13, 2019 at 5:03 PM Dave F via Talk-transit <
talk-transit at openstreetmap.org> wrote:

>
>
> On 12/05/2019 23:14, Jo wrote:
> > About the stop_area relations, they're not needed everywhere, but they
> > could be used to show what belongs together. Of course, that would mean
> all
> > the objects related to the stop at one side of the street, not both
> sides.
>
> Why items "belong together"?
> Does a router need to know there's a shelter, benches, litter bind etc?
>
>
> DaveF
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